BYU to Host Fifth Annual Autism Translational Research Workshop

Two days dedicated to discussing the tough topics of autism research

Featured sessions during the two-day conference will cover interactions with law enforcement, sex education, aggression, and digital addictions. Other sessions include ADOS reliability, finding females with autism, differential diagnosis, and film discussion about love, romance, and dating.

Associate Dean Talks Tolerance at University Devotional

Associate Dean Barbara Culatta of the McKay School of Education drew from the palette of her personal life when she spoke on tolerance at the University…

LDS Service Missionary Presents Seminar on Refugee Services

LDS Service Missionary Amy Wylie presented a seminar on Tuesday, February 3 about the work she and her husband, Bob, have done with refugees in Utah.

Handling Missing Data in Research Studies

Data are essential to research, but any experienced researcher knows that it’s nearly impossible to collect data without holes, biases, or flaws.

Aimee Gage (’07)

Recipient of Teacher of the Year Award reaches out to students with disabilities

Aimee Gage's education at BYU enabled her to fulfill her dream—to work with children with disabilities

Homecoming 2008 Events at the McKay School

The 2008 BYU Homecoming week featured the first McKay School of Education alumni gathering held Saturday, October 11th in the Garden Court of the Wilkinson…